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See the hallowed turf of Wembley, one of the most historic London attractions
Published: Monday 16th of April 2012
The UK has a rich sporting history, with some of the greatest sportsmen and women in history being born in Britain, and many of these stars have competed at Wembley Stadium – undoubtedly the most famous arenas in the country, and perhaps the world.
People on the hunt for things to do in London can head on a Wembley Stadium Tour and learn just why the stadium is so revered among sports fans across the UK and beyond.
The historic arena was reopened in 2007 after extensive refurbishment and people taking the tour can learn all about the rebuilding process as they explore the Club Wembley Middle Tier, the England dressing rooms and even the Press Conference Room.
Visitors can climb the 107 steps to the Royal Box and see where the FA Cup winners collect their trophy, and also where the winners of the football gold at the 2012 Olympics will collect their medals.
With the fabulous Exhibition of Champions attraction offering a chance to look at Steven Gerrard's 2005 Champions League final captain's armband and David Beckham's shirt from Manchester United's treble-winning campaign in 1999, among many other items of memorabilia, it is truly an unforgettable experience.
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Thursday 31st of January 2013 There are plenty of different options when it comes to sightseeing in London.
Thursday 31st of January 2013 People seeking things to do in London could visit the London Motor Museum's impressive collection.
Thursday 31st of January 2013 The Fan Museum offers visitors another way to view the turbulent early 19th century in Europe.
Tuesday 29th of January 2013 The Jewel Tower is one of just two remaining buildings from the medieval palace of Westminster.
Monday 28th of January 2013 Diners on a Bateaux London Restaurant Cruise can enjoy delicious food against a breathtaking backdrop of London attractions.
Sunday 27th of January 2013 People who have always been interested in Jewish culture in Britain should not pass up on the chance to visit London's Jewish Museum.
Saturday 26th of January 2013 The London Guards Museum is a great option for people who want to learn more of the eye-catching soldiers stationed outside Buckingham Palace.
Friday 25th of January 2013 A moving exhibition entitled Fate, Hope & Charity opens today (January 25th) at the Foundling Museum, and will run until May 19th.
Thursday 24th of January 2013 People looking for things to do in London could opt for a tour of Lords Cricket Ground - the spiritual home of cricket.
Wednesday 23rd of January 2013 The cold outside does not mean people cannot enjoy the great outdoors.